There are many different violent crimes that you could be arrested and charged with committing. The crime of domestic violence is closely related to the crime of assault in that it involves violence or the threat of violence to another person. Penalties for conviction of this crime can range in severity depending on a number of factors. Those relationships that are considered domestic or family include the following:
Current or former spouses
Current or former dating couples
People who share a child in common
Housemates or roommates
If you are arrested for assault and the victim falls within one of these definitions, then you will be charged with the crime of domestic assault.
Facing criminal charges can be a very serious issue, and you could experience severe emotional hardship due to a charge of domestic violence. When these charges are filed based on the word of a domestic relation who has falsely accused you out of an act of malice or retaliation, then you may be suffering from fear, anxiety, anger, resentment, and many other emotions. It is important to understand that there are many people who are falsely accused of various crimes, and it is crucial that you have skilled representation on your side to fight for your rights.
If you have been falsely accused of committing the act of domestic violence, then it is important for you to seek skilled representation. With the right defense, the truth can be brought to light. With the right representation, you can effectively pursue a favorable outcome for your situation. It is important that you retain assistance to evaluate your situation and work with you to achieve the result that you desire. The Law Office of Brent R. Hardy is dedicated to providing excellent representation and pursuing the rights of clients.
When reviewing a new case, The Law Office of Brent R. Hardy takes the time to understand the clients' circumstances, takes each situation extremely seriously, and provides the personalized attention that each case requires. Mr. Hardy attorney genuinely cares about his clients, and if you choose to work with him, then you will be treated like family; you will not become just another case number. Retain legal assistance as soon as possible to begin building a strong defense of your case. We can be reached at (210) 415-6662.
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